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News, brett kavanaugh, Christine Blasey Ford, nolite te bastardes carborundorum, politics

The FBI Investigation Into Kavanaugh Is Done & It Was Officially Worthless

By Vivian Kane on Thu,1:02
The investigation into Ford's accusations of sexual misconduct did not include interviews with Ford, Kavanaugh, or more than 40 other people who might have relevant information regarding the allegations.
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AMP Featured, TV, Jon Favreau, Star Wars (franchise), The Mandalorian

We Finally Know What the Live-Action Star Wars TV Show Is About

By Kate Gardner on Thu,12:31
"We follow the travails of a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic ..."
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AMP Featured, TV, DC Universe, review, Titans

Review: DC Universe’s Titans: All Dark. No Knights.

By Jessica Mason on Thu,11:04
The Titans trailer got the internet’s attention for sure, but it also gave a very good idea of the sort of show Titans wants to be: dark, adult, shocking, and in no way beholden to the Batmans of the past. Having now seen three episodes, I can say Titans is all those things … but that’s not necessarily a compliment.
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Movies, a star is born, review

A Star Is Born Review: A Five-Star Review Is Born

By Rachel Leishman on Thu,9:45
When you go into seeing A Star Is Born, one thing is always clear: You're in for great music and a broken heart.
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Movies, David Yates, Fantastic Beasts 2: The Crimes of Grindelwald, J.K. Rowling, LGBTQ Representation

David Yates Backtracks and Says It’s “Clear” Dumbledore Is Gay in Fantastic Beasts 2 After All

By Kate Gardner on Wed,5:18
We're in 2018 and a major LGBT+ character in a blockbuster who's not a joke, who doesn't die, and who gets a romantic arc is as rare as Professor Snape being kind to a student not in Slytherin.
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Movies, Spider-Man, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Tom Holland

Things We Saw Today: We’re Confused and Fascinated by Reports of an Eddie Brock/Venom Makeout Session

By Rachel Leishman on Wed,5:05
Yesterday, the first impressions and reviews of Sony's Venom movie hit the internet, and there was a lot to take in—mainly, that the movie is more bad-good than good-good, if it's any good at all—but at the end of the day, we were mostly left with on big, strange, lingering question: Do Eddie Brock (and, by extension, Tom Hardy), and Venom make out?
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Big on the Internet, alert system, FEMA, Trump

These Responses to FEMA’s Presidential Alert Test Are Peak Internet Culture

By Chelsea Steiner on Wed,4:25
This afternoon, almost every American's cell phone screeched to life thanks to a test run from FEMA’s nationwide wireless emergency alert system.
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Big on the Internet, Drew Barrymore, WTF

This Bizarre Drew Barrymore Interview Can’t Possibly Be Real, Can It?

By Vivian Kane on Wed,4:10
The whole thing is a mystery—a bizarre, offensive, semicolon-ridden mystery.
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TV, Netflix, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, witches

Wow, I Cannot Wait for The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

By Kate Gardner on Wed,3:59
Demonic figures, shadowy hallways, and of course, Salem Saberhagen.
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Movies, Disney, Lilo & Stitch, nostalgia

Disney Wants a Live Action Lilo & Stitch Movie, but Will They Remake Those Commercials?

By Princess Weekes on Wed,3:22
Continuing on the live action bandwagon, Disney is going to be tapping Mike Van Waes to pen the script for the remake of the cult classic film Lilo & Stitch.
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Space, Planet X, planets, space travel

The World Is Trash, So Let’s All Move to This New Dwarf Planet on the Edge of the Solar System

By Chelsea Steiner on Wed,2:55
Meet the Goblin, a newly discovered planet. Formerly known as 2015 TG387, the Goblin gets its name from being discovered around Halloween 2015. A Halloween-themed planet where I don't have to look at Donald Trump's stupid face ever again? Sign me the F up, son.
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Comics, DC Comics, DC SuperHero Girls, Shea Fontana

Q&A With DC SuperHero Girls Author Shea Fontana

By Princess Weekes on Wed,2:37
We had the immense pleasure of speaking with Shea Fontana about the DC SuperHero Girls series and the impact it has created for young girls in comics.
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AMP Featured, Movies, Lana Condor, To All The Boys I've Loved Before

Lana Condor Should Be the One We’re Putting in Everything

By Rachel Leishman on Wed,2:28
In the world of ever-changing celebrity, you'd think that Lana Condor would be everyone's it girl right now. While she has some amazing projects in the works, what's upsetting is the fact that Lana hasn't been promoted nearly as much as her To All The Boys I've Loved Before costar, Noah Centineo.
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News, Depression, Mental illness, politics, PTSD

Star Democrat Jason Kander Withdraws From Mayoral Race With a Moving Note About Depression and PTSD

By Vivian Kane on Wed,1:10
If you don't already know Jason Kander's name, you would have soon.
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